Author: Wrangler News Editor

Tempe Fire Medical Rescue to Hold Fire Prevention Day on Oct. 21

Tempe Fire Medical Rescue is holding a Fire Prevention Day on Saturday, Oct. 21. 

Tempe Community Action Agency Announces Sponsors for Upcoming Culinary Event

Tempe Community Action Agency is excited to announce the lineup of food and drink sponsors for Vicinity: Internationally Tempe, formerly known as First Crush.

Lacrosse gains fans, players as recognition spreads

Leaders of the Aztec Lacrosse Club are starting to see results from their nearly 14 years of determination to bring wider recognition to the sport, as well as a new generation of devotees.

State championship still a goal of Aztec Vball girls

Corona’s defending state championship girls volleyball team lost key players to graduation but the Aztecs have not lost a step in their quest to earn another DI state championship trophy at the end of the 2017 season.

Fitness buffs launch new-concept realty center

Who knew that pitching the benefits of leg lifts, pumping iron and swimming laps would eventually lead to a career helping others score their dream home?

Saturn set to orbit starting Oct. 23

In 2015, the Tempe City Council approved an additional Orbit neighborhood circulator route – Saturn, which begins operating Oct. 23.

Tempe wants you; City boards, commissions list openings for volunteer positions

Tempe residents who are passionate about their city or want to find a community-focused outlet for their professional expertise are being invited to consider volunteer service on a city of Tempe board or commission. 

Work starts on new West Chandler museum

Residents in west Chandler will soon see bulldozers and construction workers near Chandler Fashion Center as construction begins on the new Chandler Museum.

Beware of hurricane, flood damage when buying a used car, advises expert

In our last issue, just as retired Tempe property-damage adjuster Mark Moorehead noted the potential for ripple effects from hurricane damage to people living far away, area auto insurance agents also have expressed concerns that the aftermath of flooding in Texas and Florida can sneak into the lives of Valley car buyers in unexpected ways.

Sister Cities to honor world humanitarians

Tempe Sister Cities volunteers participate in fundraising for humanitarian effort both locally and internationally.